recipes for: Chocolate
These holiday entertaining ideas will complete your Christmas and New Year's Eve dinner celebrations! Whether intimate, small gatherings or a larger festive meal, these are our favorite holiday entertaining recipes that are sure to impress. From the perfect snacks for munching on upon arrival, to showstopper main dishes and festive make-ahead desserts, we've got the whole holiday menu planned!
The ultimate chocolate bourbon pecan pie to get you through the holiday season looking like a hero! Flaky pie crust, sweet, chewy pecan pie filling and chocolate chips. Top with fresh cinnamon whipped cream for the perfect light and sweet finish!
The cutest little chocolate muffins studded with rainbow sprinkles! Just as good in the middle of the week as they are when celebrating birthdays and special occasions!
These 10 fall baking recipes are perfect for whipping up on a cool, crisp evening. Whether you're hosting a small group gathering, a Sunday family supper, or heading off to a cocktail party, these are full of flavor and sure to impress with every singly bite. From pies and cakes to cookies and cream puffs, there's something for everyone, including a wide variety of quick + simple recipes, as well as more intricate, totally impressive desserts for experienced bakers. These truly are the sweetest!
When you want something warm, decadent, and sweet, look no further than this easy homemade chocolate cherry dump cake! Combine fresh pitted cherries with store-bought chocolate cake mix, then bake with melted butter to make a fudgy, gooey cake the whole family will love!
Check out these 10 easy summer desserts to help beat the heat! We're talking options for no bake, make ahead, and cool creamy desserts that are on repeat until the temps drop. Perfect for summer cookouts and barbecues!
Rich, chocolatey, tender scones with dark chocolate chunks and a vanilla bean glaze. The key to their amazing texture? Frozen grated butter! This double chocolate scone recipe is great for breakfast or brunch!
Chocolate covered matzo with sea salt -- lovingly referred to as matzo crack -- is hands down the delicious way to eat matzo! Thin, unleavened crackers are topped with homemade toffee, then covered with melted chocolate and flaky sea salt. Wait till cool, then break into small pieces. Your family will beg for this year round, not just on Passover!
These Italian rainbow cookies (also known as tri color cookies) require some extra TLC to assemble, but they're really quite easy to make. Plus, they taste better than the cookies you buy at the bakery! Your whole family will go crazy over these homemade rainbow cookies!